Mar 25, 2018 Written by naresh sharma Adobe Premiere Pro
Like any other creative art is so much craft.An actor needs to learn how to breath, how to move, how to use his voice and how to relax. An actor requires the training of an athlete only to be told that his goal is not the winning of a hundred meters race.
After he has gone through all the exercises that drama schools stipulate, he needs to have the experience of putting everything together in front of an audience.
Believe that would-be actors and actresses should be made aware of all the different schools of acting. They can then choose which approach best suits their temperament.
The weekend workshop specifically focuses on helping students to discover the actor in them and provides them with a thorough foundation of acting skills with a specific focus in helping them understand the basic techniques involved in developing their acting skills. The weekend workshop is conveniently designed to fit into their weekly schedule by committing the student to classes only on weekends. is for everybody from professionals to students, serious actors and acting students. Those who can find time on the weekends and want to learn the basics of stagecraft and acting, this Weekend Workshop is ideal for them.
Spread over 6 weekends (12 sessions), it starts from the essentials of story-development, play-writing, design and direction and moves on to focus on the craft of acting. Apart from acting, the workshop offers a rich mix of theatre activities, readings, analysis, discussions, and performances.